How Do Robot Vacuum Cleaners Work?

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All robot vacuum cleaners have several things in common. Let’s take a closer look at them.

  • Navigation
    Modern robot vacuums use many technological features for navigation. For example, Obstacle sensors, Cliff sensors, Wall sensors, etc. Moreover, you can program it to run when you are not at home to make sure your house always clean.

  • Suction
    Most robot vacuums consist of one or two rolling brushes and a spinning brush. They work in conjunction to bring small and large particles to the center where they get sucked into the dust bin.

  • A dust bin
    All vacuum cleaners have an onboard dust bin to collect dirt. As was mentioned above, they also have HEPA filters, so even the smallest particles cannot escape with the exhaust air.

  • A charging dock
    Thamtu G-series models can automatically detect the charging base and will return to it when the battery is low. They also include different types of sensors, allowing them to climb over obstacles and prevent falls and collisions.

Conclusion

There are many types of vacuum cleaners, and all of them have their pros and cons. Robot vacuum cleaners are the most advanced devices, they will do all the work for you, providing you with more time to do the things you like the most.

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